839 people to access our services
426 rough sleepers in 5 boroughs
158 supported tenancies
46 young people to have a home
44 women to have a home
131 people to improve their health
SPEAR clients gave 530 volunteering hours
Volunteers gave 4270 hours to SPEAR
16 SPEAR clients gained a qualification
Enable people to leave the streets and take their first steps to a lasting, genuine, independence.
Provide a person centred approach, enabling people to reach their personal, social, educational and employment goals.
Supports people in temporary and more permanent accommodation, offering advice, resettlement and support to maintain their tenancies.
Supports, advocates and connects former or current rough sleepers to support their physical and mental health needs.
Is provided by four multi-occupancy accommodation houses for men. Men are also supported through other mixed gender housing solutions and through independent flats.
Is provided by three multi-occupancy houses for women, including women who have experienced domestic violence. Women are also supported through other mixed gender housing solutions and through independent flats.
Is provided by two, multi-occupancy, mixed gender supported houses.
Our Homeless Health Link Service does a fantastic job in building bridges and building health. If you would like more information on exactly what they do and…